Emergency contraception is recommended for the prevention of a pregnancy within 72 hours of unprotected sexual intercourse
Have you had unprotected sex or birth control failure?
We have established this site to help you by providing you with information and answering some ‘frequently asked questions’ that you may have about emergency contraception. The more you know the better prepared you will be should you ever find yourself in a situation where you need emergency contraception.
After reading through the information on this site, you will be able to:
When used as directed, emergency contraception provides you with an effective method of preventing an unplanned pregnancy after sexual intercourse, particularly in the following situations:
Even though emergency contraception is a well-tolerated method of preventing an unplanned pregnancy it should never replace regular birth control methods. Always consult a healthcare professional to discuss the method of birth control that is best for you. Emergency contraception does not prevent sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) such as HIV/AIDS.
If you have a specific question about the morning after pill that you would like answered, please contact your healthcare professional or e-mail us